Posted on 05. Aug, 2015 by Beth.
The City of Toronto has a program that allows eligible charitable organizations (faith groups and nonprofits) to have their garbage collection fees waived. However, we understand that many charitable organizations have not yet applied to the program. The City sent out bills to organizations in June. Whether you received a bill or not, we encourage […]
Posted on 05. Aug, 2015 by Mary.
SPT hosted the “Promoting Youth Civic Engagement in the 2015 Federal Election” forum on Tuesday, July 29th at the College Street United Church. SPT Research Assistant Ramsen Yousif moderated the lively discussion with panelists: Laura Anthony of Samara Canada, Arjun Sahota of Toronto Youth Cabinet (TYC), and Likwa Nkala of East Metro Youth Services. Over […]
Posted on 31. Jul, 2015 by Mohammad Araf.
The federal election is on October 19, 2015. You will go to the polls on this day to choose your government and determine who will represent your interests at the national level for the next four years. The Canada Votes series focuses on key federal issues that affect our lives everyday. The following fact sheets […]
Posted on 20. Jul, 2015 by Mary.
Social Enterprise at Social Planning Toronto? The Board of Directors of Social Planning Toronto is pleased to announce that it is undertaking a process to consider an alignment with Public Interest, as a social enterprise. Public Interest’s well-respected work in social justice and community research complements the work of Social Planning Toronto and builds on […]
Posted on 13. Jul, 2015 by Beth.
Join us on Tuesday, July 28 from 2-5 p.m. at the College Street United Church, 452 College Street, corner of College and Bathurst! (We’ve moved to College Street United Church in order to accommodate more people). What? A forum to explore the barriers and opportunities to engage youth from a diversity of communities in the […]